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Old 01-23-2004, 03:42 PM #1
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Stripping Ano?

ok i know there are a good many threads about what to use and how to do it. i looked. ok i get the feeling that Red Devil is nasty stuff. i just dont trust myself to use that. is there something else that is not so potent that will strip ano. i have to strip my the parts on my gun before my dad can take them to get them anoed. is there something that wont pit the metal if it is left in too long. also will i need to polish it after i strip it to get a smooth finish with new anno. it is getting redone after i strip it but i need to know if i need to polish it b4 its get redone so that it will come out looking better than new. thanks.
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Old 01-23-2004, 05:55 PM #2
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Well, first red devil is not that bad, I use it regularly. Just wear gloves and eye protection. Second, most ano places include ano strip and polish in the price, if they dont, I would look somewhere else.
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Old 01-23-2004, 08:45 PM #3
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http://www.jestcoproducts.com/buffing_compounds2.html


actual anno remover and its really cheap 8 bux its the 4th one
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Old 01-23-2004, 09:41 PM #4
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You will have to polish it after. Red Devil is all right as long as you don't mix it too strong. Also, agitate the solution to keep bubbles off the surface and minimize pitting. You can either brush the part frequently or go much further and set up a solution circulating pump.
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Old 01-24-2004, 02:45 PM #5
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all right. so it would be better to mix it a little weak and just let it sit longer? DFOX, im not paying to get it anoed. my dads work has ano and pc'ing. for some reason they said they couldnt do it unless it was stripped, which i just figured they could strip it since it is a very high end manufacture. i guess not, so red devil here i come. will i need to polish to a shine or just to an even tone.
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That depends on the finish you want. If you get it anodized the better you polish the body the shinier it will be when finished.

I'm guessing they just deal in stock finishing. If that is the case then there is no reason to have the chemicals and equipment to strip anodize.
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well my dad told me that they said they have a stripper but it leaves pits and such in the metal. i used some Soft Scrub with Bleach cleaner on my cocking rod and it worked so i am slowly getting it done.
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You might not actually be stripping the anodize film. If you have a way to test conductivity then use it. If it doesn't conduct then you not stripped it. I will strip it for next to nothing if you would like. I might even polish it if I'm bored.
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Old 01-25-2004, 08:01 PM #9
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draino is less harsh then red devil
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